4 Paths to Healing | Our Recommended Therapeutic Services

A man finds a path to mental healing with our therapeutic services.

The healing journey can be unique for everyone. At Connect Clinical Services, we understand that, which is why we offer various evidence-based therapeutic services to help you find the path that works best for you. Here's a closer look at some of the services we provide:

Therapeutic Path #1: EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing):

Have you experienced a traumatic event that continues to cause emotional distress? EMDR therapy can be a powerful tool for healing. Through guided eye movements and other techniques, EMDR helps you reprocess negative experiences and reduce their emotional impact. 

How it Works:

Imagine a time capsule containing an experience that continues to trouble you. During EMDR therapy, your therapist helps you gently open that time capsule and reprocess the emotions associated with the experience. This process allows you to move forward with less emotional baggage. 


If you want to learn more about EMDR, you can read it on EMDRIA. They have a library entire of resources with over 1500 articles, toolkits, and more!

Therapeutic Path #2: Neurofeedback Therapy:

Looking for a more technology-driven approach to managing stress or improving focus? Neurofeedback might be a good fit. This technique utilizes brainwave monitoring to help you gain control over your brain activity. Here's how it works:

  • Sensors are attached to your scalp to measure your brainwave activity.
  • A computer program translates this activity into real-time feedback.
  • This feedback loop teaches you to regulate your brainwave patterns, promoting relaxation or focus as needed.

Neurofeedback Applications:

  • ADHD and Related Learning Disabilities
  • Anxiety, PTSD, and Panic Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Cognitive, Sport, and Peak Performance
  • Depression and Bipolar Disorder
  • Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders
  • Sleep Disorders
  • QEEG


To learn more about Neurofeedback from a credible source, check out this article on Neurofeedback Definition from Very Well Mind. This is an informative resource that goes into detail on the purposes of why anyone needs to consider using Neurofeedback therapy for their mental disorders.

Therapeutic Path #3: Brainspotting Therapy:

Brainspotting is a newer therapeutic approach that builds upon EMDR. It helps identify specific "brain spots" – certain eye positions that may be linked to unprocessed trauma or emotional distress. Focusing on these brain spots allows you to access and process those underlying issues, leading to healing and empowerment.

How it Works:

Brainspotting Therapy is a new approach to healing that helps your brain's natural ability to fix itself. It's been shown to be effective for problems like trauma, anxiety, and depression. Research suggests Brainspotting can help you reach and deal with deep-seated emotional pain stored in your body. This therapy approach can significantly improve your mental health and overall well-being. Brainspotting offers a powerful way to work through past traumas and find psychological and physical healing.


There's a website that is dedicated to getting to know all about Brainspotting. We recommend you start by reading their "About Brainspotting/BSP." This page has a great video on there that can give a more visual explanation of this therapeutic service.


Therapeutic Path #4: Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP):

Do you struggle with anxiety, PTSD, or sensory processing issues? The Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) might be helpful. This innovative intervention utilizes specially designed music to stimulate the vagus nerve, a crucial part of your nervous system. SSP promotes feelings of safety and connection by stimulating the vagus nerve, ultimately helping to shift the nervous system out of a stressed state and into a calmer, more balanced one.

How it Works: 

SSP uses specially designed music to help your nervous system work better. This music gently challenges your nervous system, like a workout, and makes it more regulated. Because SSP targets the parts of the brain involved in social skills and controlling emotions, it can be helpful for people struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, attachment issues, and developmental challenges. Studies show that SSP can improve how people hear, manage their emotions, and connect with others.


Unyte goes into detail with videos and even people's stories about this therapeutic path. You can find more about it on their page, which is named Safe And Sound Protocol (SSP): Clinical Information And Resources.

Finding the Right Therapeutic Service:

Each of these therapies offers a unique approach to healing. We encourage you to explore these options and discuss them with your therapist to determine the best fit for your needs.

Connect Clinical Services is Here to Help:

At Connect Clinical Services, we believe everyone deserves to heal and thrive. We offer a free 15-minute consultation to discuss your needs and take the first step towards a personalized treatment plan. Contact us today to discover a healthier, happier you!